Producers in Idaho are hoping for a cool, wet spring in order to have a successful growing season. Low snow fall has left the state at only 50 to 75 percent of its average water levels.
Officials fear that Idaho is at its driest since 1961. If the spring isn’t cool and wet, the state could end up in a drought. Idaho would be the next state on the ever growing list of drought states. California tops that list having been in a drought for the past three years.
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